Are you about to start your move? Make sure you’re prepared so your move goes off without a hitch. Check out our timetable and tips to help you pull off a stress-free move.
Dealing with a difficult neighbor and an unkempt home? Don’t lose your cool just yet. Check out the steps it takes to get your neighborhood back to the way it should be!
How do real estate agents get paid? Real estate agents work on a commission basis, meaning that their time and efforts are only rewarded once a transaction goes through. So when you see that line item in the contract, at least you know why it’s there. Read on to find out more!
As the younger generation of people increasingly seek urban rather than suburban lifestyles, America’s major cities have responded by giving their downtown areas major facelifts. Upgrading cities’ central business districts lures the educated, young and professional while also providing a powerful incentive for businesses to locate where the best human resources are. These efforts have resulted in the rebirth of a number of American cities, including the following five that are on the rise.
Are you armed and ready for a real estate bidding war? If not, read this to learn some tips that may give you a competitive edge.
There are apps out there for just about everything nowadays, including apps to make the moving process easier. Here are a few of the best apps you should download before your next move.
If homeownership sounds like something you see in your future, here are a few financial questions you need to make sure you have the right answer to
Whether you’re moving into a new-to-you home or building from the ground up, the right home is about more than the mere structure. The right home sets the tone and the environment for your lifestyle. The right layout, look and region are key factors to finding the home of your dreams—and living a life that’s anything but ordinary.
When you’ve finally saved up enough to get your own place, look over these pros and cons of moving out of your parents’ house before you sign any papers.
Do you live in a neighborhood with a homeowners association? Covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs) are the homeowners association’s rules for all of the homes and homeowners in that community. Let’s take a look at what CC&Rs could mean for you.